New Theory or Model
In the 1970s, father and son team Robert and David de Hilster were busy making a pipe organ and time-lapse photography machines from scraps found around the house for science projects. Decades later, you can find them “hacking” the universe with their Particle Model – something neither one set out to do.
The Particle Model (TPM) has its origin in a chance meeting with Argentinean physicist Dr. Ricardo Carezani which lead David de Hilster into the world of dissident science where critical thinkers from around the world had been advancing science. In 2005, the 100th year anniversary of Einstein’s “Miracle Year”, David got funding to make a documentary film “Einstein Wrong” and David asked his father to help him with an experiment by Carezani to show gravity is a particle.
Bob de Hilster started calculating forces of millions of gravity particles with the earth and moon and lead balls using computer calculations that ran days and surprisingly, the gravity curves from Bob’s calculations matched Newton’s gravity equations. Years later, in April of 2015, Bob de Hilster came up with a particle model for light which David combined this his knowledge of other scientists work he had collected over the decades, and the Particle Model was born.
Newton, LaSage, Borchardt, Dinu, de Hilster
The Particle Model is 100% mechanical and describes everything in the universe as moving particles or mass including gravity, light, charge, electricity, atomic orbitals, atomic structure, electric and magnetic fields, lasers and more. The father son team have used it to hack light, color, refraction, reflection, dispersion, electronic circuits, and even an explanation for the double slit experiment with detector.
The particle model builds upon five scientists work:
- Isaac Newton: nature of moving bodies and forces
- Georges-Louis Le Sage: gravitational field based on a graviton
- Dr. Glenn Borchardt: infinity and no partless parts
- Ionel Dinu: the “Dinu Effect” providing a physical model for magnetic fields
- Robert de Hilster: light as waves of particles traveling together
The Particle Model’s Foundational Principles
The Particle Model states that the entire universe is made up of particles from subsubatomic particles, to subatomic particles, to atoms, planets, suns, galaxies, galaxy clusters and so on. Each of these are considered particles.
The Particle Model is based entirely on these foundational principals and apply at all levels of the universe. Infinitely up and infinitely down:
- Particles are always made up of smaller particles (Borchardt)
- Similar particles flying in random directions create gravitational fields (LaSage).
- Particles flowing together in the same direction create electrical and magnetic forces that result in repulsion, equilibrium, or attraction when separate flows meet (Dinu Effect)
- Particles can hit each other, smaller particles can travel through other particles, and particles can be captured in orbit around other particles due to gravitational fields (Newton)
- Light consists of similar particles traveling together in waves (Robert de Hilster)
Implications for Unifying the Forces
When talking about unifying the three forces in nature: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong interaction (strong nuclear force), the Particle Model States:
Newtonian Gravity is the same:
Strong interaction (strong nuclear force) and electromagnetism is a gravitational force, simply one level down in the universe with a different constant G:
Columb’s Law looks similar to the Particle Model’s gravity 2 equation. If the authors of this model are correct, this is because that the force we attribute to the force of attracting or repulsing charges is really a gravitational force causing orbiting – but at a different level with even smaller and faster particles.
Coming in Book Form
Robert and David have written several versions of their book entitled “Universe Hack 3.0” but none have yet to be published it. They are currently rewriting the book using the above foundations and history. There is not a current scheduled release date or title for the book.
Information about the Particle Model
You can find more information about TPM on Robert de Hilster’s YouTube Channels at http://youtube.particle.guru. There, Robert talks exclusively about the particle model, how it works, its principals, and how it can be applied to today’s science.
David de Hilster has his own YouTube channel on the more general topic of dissicent science where you will often find him talking about their model: http://youtube.dissidentscience.com.